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Angelica Panganiban shares why she pursued her culinary studies

The actress says she could still manage her studies and work at the same time.

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Joan Leary

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03/16/2017 04:31 PM
Angelica Panganiban shares why she pursued her culinary studies

031617-Angge_PUSH.jpgAngelica Panganiban is one of the actors tapped for a role in the upcoming Kapamilya TV series “Victims of Love.” The Star Magic talent, who last appeared “Pangako Sa Yo,” admitted that she missed doing teleseryes.

Despite her busy schedule, Angelica has decided to continue her education and finish a culinary course. What made her come back to school?

“Matagal ko na kasi siyang gustong gawin and ang naisip ko naman noon pwede ko siyang simulan ng January habang wala pang definite dates kung kailan talaga magsisimula ang trabaho. So far, yun lang naman ang kailangan eh, yung talagang masimulan mo, tapos tapos na yung usapan dere-deretso na ‘yun,” she shared.


Won’t this be a distraction for her once work begins?

“Yun naman, every weekend tsaka lahat naman ng ginagawa ko na pang personal e alam naman yan ng management ng ABS-CBN. Hindi ko naman papasukin ang isang bagay na wala silang go signal. Every weekend may school ako,” she said.

“Nito lang January, nag-start akong bumalik sa culinary and ayan tuloy-tuloy pa rin siya hanggang ngayon. Thankful naman ako dahil pumapayag naman sila na maka-trabaho pa rin ako kahit na may mga personal akong gustong gawin for myself,” she added.

Aside from starring in Victims of Love with Julia Montes, Cherry Pie Picache, JC Santos, Paulo Avelino and Lorna Tolentino, she is also a mainstay of gag show “Banana Sundae.”